Daily Wine News: Fire Coverage Lawsuit

Posted by | Posted in Wine News | Posted on 11-03-2021

Calistoga Ranch was leveled by the Glass Fire.

“Entities that own Calistoga Ranch, the Napa Valley luxury resort that burned to the ground during the Glass Fire in 2020, sustaining more than $100 million in losses, have filed a lawsuit against their insurers and claims adjuster, according to court records,” reports Kerana Todorov in Wine Business.

In Wine Enthusiast, Misbaah Mansuri reports on how the New Zealand wine industry is being affected by surging demand, production shortages and supply chain woes.

In Wine Spectator, Shawn Zylberberg similarly reports on how wineries—both small and big—are dealing with global supple chain issues.

A wine press dating back 2,700 years was recently discovered in northern Iraq.

In Wine-Searcher, Liza B. Zimmerman looks at what wineries are offering visitors in order to get them back and spending.

On Wine Anorak, Treve Ring highlights Therianthropy Wines, a rising garagiste collective from Niagara, Ontario.

In the San Francisco Chronicle, Esther Mobley recommends a handful of the best California Cabernets for $20 or less.

In Vinous, Joaquín Hidalgo offers notes on the latest cellar-worthy wines from Argentina.

In Imbibe Magazine, Emma Janzen recommends a handful of field blend wines.

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